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Tyjones
I have nice little LP Gas stove and not sure what to do with it. How easy is it to adapt to propane, and also does anyone want it? In good condition overall. 
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Gasman64
[welcome], Tyler, from Pennsylvania! So, are you trying to get it to work, or selling it? If you'd like to sell it, please share a picture or two, and a price.  Either way, pictures would be helpful to both you and us.
Steve
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campinut
Thdte are a few different Coleman lp stoves? They make aftermarket connections for the earlier ones but not to propane. The early lp canisters are hard to find and pricey. They make adapters that allow them to hookup to the modern butane canisters. Post a picture and we eill have a better idea of what you are refering to..campinut..
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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Hot Diggity
Welcome aboard from The Old North State.  I've done a few conversions on the older propane stoves.  If we had a picture or a model number of what you have it'd be easier to help.  I wouldn't want to provide a link that would lead you in the wrong direction.
Chuck, 3/61, ICCC 1689
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Chucker
Welcome to the forum!
Chuck
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Tyjones
Here’s a shot of the stove I’m referring to. (Sorry, I wasn’t able to upload a photo last night for some reason. ) So I’d be interested in using it if it were a simple thing to adapt... but perhaps anyone knows what it might be worth? It may make more sense to go to someone who appreciates it. Thanks all! Click image for larger version - Name: F5EBDB45-1395-41B1-804B-EE14744BFE9B.jpeg, Views: 25, Size: 111.25 KB
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Hot Diggity
My Picnic stove still has two full original fuel bottles, which will likely last a lifetime, since I prefer liquid fuel stoves.  The same conversion hose I made for the Hank Roberts Mini Stove should be adaptable to the Picnic stove.  The tank will be external, but it'll work.  If you're not handy with tools there are adapter hoses available online.  Just takes a little hunting.  If you really want to hunt in dark corners of old hardware stores and sporting goods stores you might uncover a few original full gas cylinders.  Just leave them on the stove once installed.  If there are no leaks in your valve they will hold pressure for years... as I was surprised to find.
Hank Roberts.jpgColeman Picnic Stove
Here's the link to how I made the adapter hose.

https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/ot-hank-roberts-mini-stove-fuel-hose-modification-10429502?pid=1310765874&highlight=hank+roberts
Chuck, 3/61, ICCC 1689
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Tyjones
Well thanks all for your info. Anyone here interested in it? I would be happy to see it go to a good home. I’d leave it to you to offer a fair price as I have no idea on its worth. I’m willing to let it go for a song.  Click image for larger version - Name: 2EFA750D-9635-4028-BF27-F3A23BA046A4.jpeg, Views: 23, Size: 115.94 KB Click image for larger version - Name: C9BFB268-2871-411E-94DF-AEA63445D5D5.jpeg, Views: 21, Size: 110.57 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 7CE3F502-4D48-4EDF-946C-D53FCFBC5BF6.jpeg, Views: 21, Size: 93.65 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 02F38D8E-FFD7-4D32-B2A5-CE646DBA0F31.jpeg, Views: 22, Size: 97.96 KB
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25 502s
I would start a FS add in the classified section. We can’t give out values here per rules and you need to come up with I asking price but you can always come down. I bet someone will take it off your hands. 
Jason
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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REJ2
Ive seen them often at fleas, antique stores, yard sales, got a few myself. Shipping would likely cost more than the average selling price. Ive got a single pink, single aluminum, and a double aluminum. Less than $20 total for all three. If those fuel cans were readily available it be a little different id think.
Bob    ICCC #1574
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